Is a Ductless Mini-Split A/C System Right for Your Armstrong County Home?

Ductless mini-split systems don’t require the use of ducts to distribute cool air throughout the home. Rather, they enable each area of the household to have its own temperature control settings with use of an outdoor unit that’s connected to multiple indoor handles, each with their own thermostat attached.

Think one of these systems might be right for you and your family? We’re here to help you navigate the process, ensuring your cooling needs are met 100%.

And, if not, be sure to count on us for all of your air conditioning and cooling needs.

How Do Ductless Mini-Split Systems Work?

These systems function with the help of an outdoor unit – which generates the cool air – and multiple indoor air handles – which transfer the cool air into each individual space within the home.

These setups use refrigerant to cool the air entering your home, then have the cooled air transferred through the use of small, flexible tubing to the specific room that’s requiring it.

Simple enough, right? That’s why these systems are growing in popularity!

Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner system has an outdoor unit, an indoor unit that is attached to an outside wall and a hand help thermostat.  It is quiet and efficient.

Benefits of Ductless Mini-Split Systems

  • Zoning capabilities. Does one family member love the A/C being extra cool, while another one likes it higher? No problem. With ductless mini-split systems, temperatures can be adjusted room by room, so everyone stays happy and comfortable.
  • Energy efficiency. These systems are known for their high efficiency levels. Central air systems that require ductwork use up a lot more energy trying to cool the whole house, which then increases your energy bills – no thank you.
  • Money savings. As noted above, these systems are super efficient, empowering you to drop your monthly energy bills. And because you only cool the rooms you need to, you won’t waste any dollars trying to cool off an entire household of rooms that people aren’t even using.
  • Easy installation. Compared to their traditional counterparts, ductless systems are quite easy to install, only requiring a small hole in the wall to connect the outdoor units to the indoor ones. Just make sure to hire a professional for the job to avoid hazards or future damages.
  • Quiet operation. Ductless mini-split systems operate quietly, so no worries about losing sleep over a clunky, noisy A/C system turning off and on throughout the night.

Interested in Learning More? Reach Out Today

Still not sure if a mini-split system is right for you? Give us a call, and we can go over the pros and cons, and figure out what would be best for your unique situation. We know that all of our clients have different needs, preferences, and budgets, and we’d be happy to help you navigate this process.

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